DCCC Librarians offers multiple types of instruction on a variety of research and information literacy topics. Librarians can meet with classes for online or face-to-face instruction. To discuss your instruction needs, call the library at (336) 224-4727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DCCC Librarians are available to assist with designing assignments that have research or information literacy components. To work with a librarian on an assignment, call the library at (336) 224-4727 or email email@example.com.
DCCC Librarians can create course or assignment specific research guides that gather relevant information sources in one webpage. To request a research guide for your course, call (336) 224-4727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty may submit items for reserve by visiting either campus library and completing a Reserve Items Agreement available at the Library Desk.
DCCC Library offers interlibary loan, a service where DCCC library borrows books and articles from other libraries. DCCC students, faculty, and staff that have no lost items are eligible for interlibrary loan services. To place an interlibrary loan request, complete the Interlibrary Loan form.
Swank Digital Campus provides online streaming of feature films and documentaries from major motion picture studios. DCCC students and faculty can see a list of movies currently available at the following link, Swank Digital Campus. The movies in this database may be used by faculty for any DCCC course. Group viewing is permitted only in a classroom setting for course-related learning. Faculty interested in streaming movies for a course should search the SWANK Digital Campus Movie Catalog to confirm the movie is offered through Swank Digital Campus. If found, contact DCCC Library with the title of the desired movie. Requests can be made in person, by emailing email@example.com, or by calling 336.224.4727.
DCCC Library exists to meet the information needs of DCCC's students, faculty, and staff. To suggest content the library should purchase or comment about a library service, click here and submit your ideas in the online Suggestion Box.